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Your Morning Cereal Is About To Get A LOT Less Colorful! General Mills Is Removing All Artificial Ingredients INCLUDING Dyes!

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No more Blue Moons and Purple Horseshoes?!

On Monday, General Mills announced that it will remove all artificial colors and flavors from its cereals!

Beginning with popular cereals like Trix, Cocoa Puffs and Reese's Puffs, the cereal titan expects 90 percent of its cereal to go natural by the end of 2016, and the remaining 10 percent to be free of artificial colors and flavors by 2017!

[ Related: Ryan McHenry's Final Vine Of Ryan Gosling Refusing To Eat Cereal Is AH-Mazing ]

This decision seems to be following the trend that customers have been growing wary of processed foods, resulting in many food companies systematically ridding their products of ingredients that don't look natural.

Jim Murphy, president of General Mills U.S. cereal business, explained that customers don't want labels full of "colors with numbers and ingredients you can't pronounce." He explained:

"Consumers increasingly want the ingredient list for their cereal to look like what they pull out of their pantry."

We can expect colors like Red 40, Yellow 6, Blue 1 and other artificial dyes common in some cereals to be replaced by colors made from spices and fruit and vegetable juice concentrates!

[ Related: Diet Pepsi Will Soon Be Aspartame-Free! ]

Though removing artificial flavors isn't that easy for certain marshmallow-filled cereals like Lucky Charms and Count Chocula. Marshmallows are more difficult to reformulate the colors without changing the taste, texture, and appearance!

Let's hope the cereal company can keep their products just as colorful and tasty without any artificial ingredients.

If not, those kids might not be after those Lucky Charms for long!

[Image via General Mills.]

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Poorly Planned Same-Sex Marriage Protest Ends In Flames

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Wow! We don't know if we've ever seen anyone fail so hard before.

A man protesting General Mills' support for same-sex marriage decided to go to their headquarters and light a box of Honey Nut Cheerios on fire. (Oh yeah, this is going to be good!)

The only problem is, he set more of the lawn on fire than he did the box. We're not sure how he messed it up, but it may have been his decision to use a blow torch instead of a lighter.

We don't have any experience protesting against homosexuals, but we're pretty sure you're not supposed to become a flamer in the process. LOLz!

Watch the HIGHlarity (above). Our favorite part is when he tells the camera operators (both clearly laughing at him) to "quick, get in the car!"

P.S. Every American has the right to protest, but let's leave the property destruction out of it. K, thanks babe!

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Companies Selling Healthier Food Are Seeing Healthier Profits

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A report from the Hudson Institute, a non-partisan policy research organization, shows that healthier food is resulting in healthier profits for the 15 largest food and beverage companies.

The institutes Obesity Solutions Initiative found companies with the most "better for you" products grew faster, had higher profits and superior shareholder returns over the last 5 years.

After analyzing companies

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Pretty Little Liars Thrown Stones Because Of Lesbian Character

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This is pretty ridiculous.

After Pretty Little Liars debuted their first 'out of the closet' moment with Emily Fields, the Florida Family Association launched an anti-gay campaign.

The campaign called out to advertisers, asking them to pull their sponsorship because the show's romantic woman on woman relationship correlates "irresponsible imagery."

The FFA didn't stop there, they continued, saying:

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